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Hotel Developer For Middleton Beach Sought Flinders Street Station’s Historic Subways To Be Upgraded Litchfield National Park Receives A $12.1 Million Boost Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks Railways Must Not Be Dispensed With For Very Good Reasons North Sydney-Emu Plains Line Via Castle Hill Stations And Details East End Tram Extension To Include 4 New Stops Why Federal Politicians Want To Cut Heavy Railway Lines Bass Strait Rail Ferry Or Rail Tunnel? Wynyard Tram Tunnels Were Designed For Trains
 
Hotel Developer For Middleton Beach Sought

Hotel Developer For Middleton Beach Sought

Western Australia Minister for Lands Rita Saffioti Search For Middleton Beach Hotel Developer Continues Victor P Taffa State Government remains committed to attracting a developer Plans for Middleton Beach summer activation now underway Site remains open to offers from the market for hotel developer State Government will continue its efforts to secure a hotel developer […]

Flinders Street Station’s Historic Subways To Be Upgraded

Flinders Street Station’s Historic Subways To Be Upgraded

Victoria Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan Facelift For Flinders Street Station’s Historic Subways Victor P Taffa Flinders Street Station’s historic Degraves and Elizabeth Street subways will undergo their biggest makeover in more than 100 years as part of the Andrews Government’s improvements at Victoria’s busiest station. “New Yarra entrance and upgrades to the subways […]

Litchfield National Park Receives A $12.1 Million Boost

Litchfield National Park Receives A $12.1 Million Boost

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss $12.1 Million Boost For Litchfield Adventure Park Victor P Taffa Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss announced today a $12.1 Million boost to open up new areas of Litchfield National Park to visitors, working with key stakeholders. Investment will open up 5 stunning new swimming […]

Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks

Capital City High Speed Rail Fits In With Suburban Networks

High Speed Rail Operates On Heavy Rail Tracks Victor P Taffa Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail (HSR Aka Japan’s Bullet Train) is essentially a Heavy Rail Train that operates at 500 km/h. Capital City-Capital City High Speed Rail includes a Roll-on Roll-off Rail Ferry across Bass Strait. HSR travels on Heavy Rail Tracks that […]

Railways Must Not Be Dispensed With For Very Good Reasons

Railways Must Not Be Dispensed With For Very Good Reasons

Railway Facts And Figures Victor P Taffa Railway Planners and Politicians who do not know or ignore the Past cannot Plan for the Present let alone the Future. Given what has gone on with closure of Branch Railways throughout New South Wales it would seem rather mad capped for the North West Railway Line under […]

North Sydney-Emu Plains Line Via Castle Hill Stations And Details

North Sydney-Emu Plains Line Via Castle Hill Stations And Details

North West Heavy Rail Line As A Through Line From Day 1 Victor P Taffa North West Railway Line that is under construction will provide a far more effective Railway Line with many more services for commuters as a Through Line than a Branch Line. East Hills Line until 1984 was a Branch Line. Population […]

East End Tram Extension To Include 4 New Stops

East End Tram Extension To Include 4 New Stops

South Australia Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Stephen Mullighan Contract Awarded For East End Tram Extension Victor P Taffa Night works for the City Tram Extension Project will begin this weekend, after the major contract was awarded to Downer York Joint Venture a consortia consisting of Downer EDI Works and South Australian company, York Civil. […]

Why Federal Politicians Want To Cut Heavy Railway Lines

Why Federal Politicians Want To Cut Heavy Railway Lines

SAY YES TO HEAVY RAIL: SAY NO TO METRO RAIL Victor P Taffa         Country New South Wales had many Branch Railway Lines closed and replaced by more costly bus services. The Newcastle Line is next and it would seem that this policy is driven by Baron Richard Beeching in the U.K. […]

Bass Strait Rail Ferry Or Rail Tunnel?

Bass Strait Rail Ferry Or Rail Tunnel?

Bass Strait Rail Transport Options Victor P Taffa Currently the Car Ferry that operates across Bass Strait between Victoria and Tasmania is full during peak season. A Rail Ferry that also operates across Bass Strait would increase investment in Tasmania and build the economies of South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania. When discussing the idea of […]

Wynyard Tram Tunnels Were Designed For Trains

Wynyard Tram Tunnels Were Designed For Trains

Victor P Taffa Sydney Harbour Bridge opened on 19 March 1932 catering for 6 undivided road lanes and 4 Railway Lines. 2 Western side Railway Lines continue to take trains to and from the North Shore. 2 Eastern side Railway Lines were intended initially for a Railway to the Northern Beaches that was abandoned in […]

Janet Holmes á Court To Lead Art Gallery Of Western Australia

Janet Holmes á Court To Lead Art Gallery Of Western Australia

19 September 2018

Western Australia Minister for Culture and the Arts David Templeman Highly Respected Western Australian New Art Gallery Board Chairperson Victor P Taffa Janet Holmes á Court new chairperson of the Art Gallery of Western Australia Strong passion for the arts and success in business will be of great advantage One of the State’s most influential […]

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Premier Advises Western Australians To Slice And Dice Aussie Strawberries

Premier Advises Western Australians To Slice And Dice Aussie Strawberries

19 September 2018

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan Premier Urges Western Australians To Get Behind Strawberry Growers Victor P Taffa Western Australians urged to continue to buy Western Australian strawberries and support local growers $100,000 reward offered for information that will assist Police with inquiries into strawberry needle contamination Western Australia’s strawberry industry delivers huge benefits to the […]

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Planning For Gippsland Logistics Precinct Announced By Minister

Planning For Gippsland Logistics Precinct Announced By Minister

19 September 2018

Victoria Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford Gippsland Logistics Precinct Moves Ahead Victor P Taffa Andrews Government is getting on with establishing the Gippsland Logistics Precinct, with design works for Tramway Road awarded to Gippsland-based company Crossco Consulting. “Our investment in the Gippsland Logistics Precinct in Morwell is creating new opportunities for industry development and […]

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Camperdown’s Theatre Royal To Be Upgraded

Camperdown’s Theatre Royal To Be Upgraded

19 September 2018

Victoria Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford Camperdown Theatre Gets The Royal Treatment Victor P Taffa Camperdown theatre in south west Victoria is set for new and improved equipment so that it can continue to serve as an important social and cultural hub thanks to funding from the Andrews Government. Minister for Regional Development Jaala […]

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Sandover Medal Winners For Seasons 1921-2018

Sandover Medal Winners For Seasons 1921-2018

18 September 2018

Jye Bolton Wins Second Sandover Medal In 3 Seasons Victor P Taffa Claremont’s Jye Bolton won his second Sandover Medal after winning the medal in season 2016. Jye Bolton polled 52 votes ahead of runner-up Kyal Horsley from Subiaco’s on 47 votes. Lachlan Delahunty (Subiaco) polled third on 38 votes. Aaron Black (West Perth) polled […]

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Magarey Medal Winners For Seasons 1898-2018

Magarey Medal Winners For Seasons 1898-2018

18 September 2018

Mitch Grigg Wins Back-To-Back Magarey Medals Victor P Taffa Norwood’s Mitch Grigg has won his second Magarey Medal after winning the medal in season 2017.   Mitch Grigg polled 26 votes ahead of Central District’s Travis Schiller who finished runner-up on 24 votes and third-placed pair James Boyd (Eagles) and Nick Liddle (South), who both […]

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Waste Water Treatment Plant To Be Moved From Macquarie Point

Waste Water Treatment Plant To Be Moved From Macquarie Point

18 September 2018

Tasmania Minister for State Growth Peter Gutwein Moving The Waste Water Treatment Plant To Unlock Mac Point’s Potential Victor P Taffa Macquarie Point is one of the most attractive, centrally located capital city development sites in the entire country, Minister for State Growth Peter Gutwein said. “By taking full advantage of the site’s potential we […]

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Applications For Graduate Nurses Open Until 23 September 2018

Applications For Graduate Nurses Open Until 23 September 2018

18 September 2018

Tasmania Minister for Health Michael Ferguson Registered Nurses Recruitment Now Open Victor P Taffa Hodgman Government is delivering on our commitment to recruit more graduate nurses to support our health system, Minister for Health Michael Ferguson said. Registered Nurse: Transition to Practice 2019 intake is now open for registered nurses with less than 6 months’ […]

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2018-19 Environment Grant Funding Applications Remain Open

2018-19 Environment Grant Funding Applications Remain Open

18 September 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Environment and Natural Resources Eva Lawler 2018-19 Environment Grant Funding Applications Closing Soon Victor P Taffa Minister for Environment and Natural Resources, Eva Lawler, today opened Sustainable House Day a popular event made possible through the Territory Government’s Environment Grants. “Territory’s natural environment is one of our greatest assets and a […]

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Andrew Hyde Receives 2018 Bob Plasto Screen Award

Andrew Hyde Receives 2018 Bob Plasto Screen Award

18 September 2018

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Screen Industry Champion Recognised Victor P Taffa Northern Territory screen industry champion, Andrew Hyde, has been announced as the successful recipient of the 2018 Bob Plasto Screen Award at the Darwin International Film Festival. 2018 Bob Plasto Screen Award honours the achievements of a Territorian who […]

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$1 Million Committed To Strawberry Farmers By Palaszczuk Govt

$1 Million Committed To Strawberry Farmers By Palaszczuk Govt

18 September 2018

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk Palaszczuk Government Commits $1 Million To Strawberry Farmers Victor P Taffa Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has today announced $1 Million in funding to boost the strawberry industry as farmers struggle following recent incidents of contamination. “This past week, Queensland has been the victim of an ugly, calculated and despicable crime.” Premier Palaszczuk […]

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$100,000 Reward For Information On Strawberry Contamination Announced

$100,000 Reward For Information On Strawberry Contamination Announced

18 September 2018

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk $100,000 Reward For Information On Strawberry Contamination Victor P Taffa Palaszczuk Government is offering a $100,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for the current strawberry contamination incident. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the reward was an additional incentive to bring the incident to a […]

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Property Prices Down 0.7% June Quarter 2018

Property Prices Down 0.7% June Quarter 2018

18 September 2018

Australian Bureau Of Statistics Property Prices Fall 0.7% In June Quarter 2018 Victor P Taffa Residential property prices fell 0.7 % in the June quarter 2018, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). “Sydney recorded the fourth consecutive quarter of falling property prices (-1.2 %), while Melbourne property prices fell […]

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Wentworth Federal By-Election 2018 Timetable Of Events

Wentworth Federal By-Election 2018 Timetable Of Events

18 September 2018

Polling Day Saturday 20 October 2018 Australian Electoral Commission Wentworth Federal By-Election Announcement Victor P Taffa A Federal By-Election for Wentworth Division will be held on Saturday 20 October 2018. This will be an attendance election. Election Activity                          Date And Times (all times […]

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Summer Fruit Fly Protection Measures Launched By State Govt

Summer Fruit Fly Protection Measures Launched By State Govt

17 September 2018

South Australia Minister for Primary Industries Tim Whetstone State Government Launches Summer Fruit Fly Protection Measures Victor P Taffa Marshall Government will operate additional random roadblocks into the Riverland and appoint a dedicated coordinator as part of a suite of measures to ramp up protection against fruit fly for the coming summer. Recognising the increased […]

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Beef Industry Blueprint Welcomed By Minister

Beef Industry Blueprint Welcomed By Minister

17 September 2018

South Australia Minister for Primary Industries Tim Whetstone Blueprint Aims To Beef Up Industry By $200 Million Victor P Taffa A blueprint to guide the growth and development of the South Australian beef industry by more than $200 Million per year has been launched this morning at the Growing SA annual conference at Hahndorf. Minister […]

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Queensland Sparklab Sciencentre Opens To The Public

Queensland Sparklab Sciencentre Opens To The Public

17 September 2018

Queensland Minister for Science and Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch New $9.4 Million Sparklab Sciencentre Connects Queenslanders To Science Victor P Taffa Minister for Science and Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch invited Queenslanders to experiment, explore and engage with science as the new Sparklab Sciencentre at Queensland Museum South Bank opens its doors […]

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2018 UBET Queensland Thoroughbred Award Winners Congratulated By Minister

2018 UBET Queensland Thoroughbred Award Winners Congratulated By Minister

17 September 2018

Queensland Minister for Racing Stirling Hinchliffe Thoroughbred Awards Honour Queensland Racing’s Best And Brightest Victor P Taffa Minister for Racing Stirling Hinchliffe has congratulated Queensland’s thoroughbred industry participants, whose highest achievers were honoured overnight at the 2018 UBET Queensland Thoroughbred Awards. Minister Hinchliffe said the awards were a fitting tribute not only to the winners, […]

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Breast Cervical And Bowel Cancer Report Released By AIHW

Breast Cervical And Bowel Cancer Report Released By AIHW

17 September 2018

Australian Institute Of Health And Welfare Cancer Screening Reduces Risk Of Death From Breast Cervical And Bowel Cancer Victor P Taffa People with breast, cervical and bowel cancers detected through national cancer screening programs have better cancer survival outcomes than those diagnosed but who had never been screened, a new report from the Australian Institute […]

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Reigning Premier Richmond Reigns Number 1 With Club Memberships In Season 2018

Reigning Premier Richmond Reigns Number 1 With Club Memberships In Season 2018

17 September 2018

Australian Football League CEO Gillon McLachlan 16 Of 18 Club Memberships Grew On Season 2017 Levels Victor P Taffa AFL Club Membership has cracked 1 Million for the first time, with 13 teams breaking their all-time records this season. Final tally for 2018 stood at 1,008,494 members by the July 31 deadline. It was an […]

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